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dc.contributor.authorParfomak, Paul W.
dc.contributor.authorPirog, Robert
dc.contributor.authorLuther, Linda
dc.contributor.authorVann, Adam
dc.description.abstract[Excerpt] This report describes the Keystone XL Project as it is proposed in the 2012 Presidential Permit application and the process that the State Department is obligated to complete to issue or deny that application. To the extent that they may affect the State Department’s decision to issue or deny the current permit application, this report discusses selected issues related to the project proposed in 2008 and issues that have arisen since the State Department denied the initial permit application in 2012. This report also summarizes key arguments that have been raised, both for and against the pipeline, by the pipeline’s developers, state and federal agencies, environmental groups, private property owners, and other stakeholders. Finally, the report discusses the constitutional basis for the State Department’s authority to issue a Presidential Permit, and opponents’ possible challenges to this authority.
dc.relation.isversionofA previous version of this report can be found here:
dc.subjectKeystone XL pipeline
dc.subjectState Department
dc.subjectUnited States
dc.titleKeystone XL Pipeline Project: Key Issues
dc.description.legacydownloadsCRS_Keystone_XL_Pipeline_Project_Key_issues_1213.pdf: 2741 downloads, before Oct. 1, 2020.
local.authorAffiliationParfomak, Paul W.: Congressional Research Service
local.authorAffiliationPirog, Robert: Congressional Research Service
local.authorAffiliationLuther, Linda: Congressional Research Service
local.authorAffiliationVann, Adam: Congressional Research Service

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